Strict regulations for vessels arriving at South Korea
UK Club correspondents in South Korea have provided the following two updates regarding strict regulations for vessels arriving at South Korea with crew joining from certain countries.
Please find below:
- Quarantine Requirements (PCR Negative Test Result) for Ships Departing from COVID-19 High-Risk Countries and Russia to South Korea.
- List of 'COVID-19 PCR Test Facilities' for Strengthened Quarantine Required 6 Countries and Russia
For further information please get in touch with your usual Club contact who will be pleased to assist you.
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